Friday, October 26, 2007

Human resource Career at Grand Istana Rama Hotel

26 Oktober 2007 | Closing date : 15 Nopember 2007

Four Star rated Hotel,beach front located in Kuta Beach, Bali. With
146 Rooms with total of 1.7 Hectares. Walking Distance to famous
Kuta / Legian Shopping area. 15 Minutes drive to Ngurah Rai
International Airport of Bali.

Grand Istana Rama Hotel
Alamat: Jl. Pantai Kuta Kuta, Bali Indonesia

human resource manager

Requirements :
1.Male, min. S 1 degree from reputable university majoring in
Psychology or Law
2.Minimum 5 years experience as HRD Manager
3.Familiar with Hotel Standard Operation Procedure and Indonesian
Labour Law
4.Able to conduct a qualified training in human resources
5.Possess strong managerial and leadership skill, assertive and
having good interpersonal skill
6.Fluent in English and computer literate

If you meet the requirements,pleas sand your CV and recent
photograph to :

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